Tim Hiller’s debut motivational book was born from his deeply personal experiences, from the pain he felt from self-perceived failure, to the discovery of writing that allowed him to begin to cope, then overcome and finally conquer.
Even though it seems like most people can’t relate to Hiller’s story about being a star college quarterback whose dreams of NFL stardom don’t pan out, he is able to relate his life journey — from his struggles to move on, to introspection, to eventual self-affirmation — in a meaningful way in “Strive: Life Is Short. Pursue What Matters.”
“In the opening entry I tell a rather embarrassing story about sitting in Peyton Manning’s chair . . .